Battle of Langport Guided Battlefield Walk

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Battle of Langport(1645) Guided Battlefield Walk
Sat 6th July 2019

Join Julian Humphrys for a guided walk walk around the site of this decisive Parliamentarian victory in the latter stages of the First Civil War.

Meet at 2.30pm at the Rose and Crown (Eli's) , Wincanton Road, Huish Episcopi, Somerset, TA10 9QT.
Walk will last one and a half to two hours.

Maximum size of group:30. Pre-booking essential. Contact Janet Seaton (see below)

£8 per person; £6 over 60s; £5 Battlefields Trust and Langport and District History Society members.
Proceeds in aid of producing and installing new information boards about the battle.

For further information.
Contact name : Janet Seaton
Contact email : Langporthistory@fastmail.com
www.battlefieldstrust.com/event.asp?EventID=1012

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